Most of my Chile trip was spent living like a local in Santiago. There is so much to do in Santiago, I hardly know where to begin.
I used to horseback ride as a kid so I thoroughly enjoyed our horse carriage ride through the fields almost as much as the wine itself. Our lunch was held a few minutes drive away at the famous Hotel Santa Cruz.
If you are craving a little nature and these other cities haven’t quite done it for you, head straight to Cerro Providencia and trek through the mountains.
With its beautiful snow-capped Andes mountains, glaciers, volcanoes, pristine glacial lakes and lush green forests, Pucón is the perfect place for outdoor activities.
Chile’s coastal town of Castro is a must-see destination for travelers looking to experience the country’s rich history and vibrant culture.